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Reduced pricing for MS analysis – Triple TOF

We have recently had approval to halve the academic user charge rates for the TripleTOF 6600 mass spectrometer in SBS, and to introduce an even more affordable rate for targeted analyses using MRM (Multiple Reaction Monitoring) methods on this instrument: 30min...

Technologist position available in School of Chemical Sciences

Applications are invited for the full-time position of Mass-Spectrometry Technologist, primarily tasked with operating and maintaining the instruments and facilities of the Mass-Spectrometry suite housed within the School of Chemical Sciences. If you are organised,...

Technologist Role Available at Liggins Institute

The Liggins Institute require an experienced technician to work full-time in their modern research facility at Grafton, Auckland. The main function of this position is to operate their suite of three mass spectrometers (two triple quads and a Q-Exactive) and a sample...

Demarais and Grey Publish in Exp. Eye Res.

Dr. Nicholas Demarais, Prof. Paul Donaldson, and Dr. Angus Grey publish their study "Age-related spatial differences of human lens UV filters revealed by negative ion mode MALDI imaging mass spectrometry" in Experimental Eye Research (DOI: 10.1016/j.exer.2019.04.016)....

University of Auckland Spring 2019 Graduation

Anna Radionova graduates with a Doctor of Philosophy in Physics. Her thesis, titled Theta-Channel Emitters for Nano-Electrospray and Mass Spectrometry, studied fluid dynamics and mixing processes in binary microfluidic systems under static electric fields. She...

Successful Implementation of Metabolomic Quantification Kits

Staff at the Liggins lab have recently completed an analytical first, for the lab and New Zealand.  They have successfully implemented the use of MetIDQ p400 kits with LC-MS for the identification and quantitation of more than 400 compounds, including amino acids,...

MaSH supports successful ANZSMS27 conference

The 27th edition of the ANZSMS (Australian and New Zealand Society for Mass Spectrometry) conference was held in Auckland Jan 30 – Feb 3. The conference was a great success, with some fantastic science presented by both invited speakers and local presenters. MaSH was...

SCiLS software update

For those of you that use the SCiLS MALDI imaging analysis software on our VMs, we have recently upgraded to 2019c. This major upgrade provides major stability and performance improvements. Rework of internal data handling to improve general performance SCiLS Lab is...

Morrison Medal Award for Prof Christian Hartinger

Prof Christian Hartinger, from the School of Chemical Sciences, has been selected as the recipient of the 2019 Morrison Medal from the Australian and New Zealand Society for Mass Spectrometry (ANZSMS), in recognition of his pioneering research into the development of...

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